Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Release Blitz & Review: Mosaic (Dragonfly #4) by Leigh T. Moore

Dragonfly #4
By: Leigh T. Moore
Release Date: June, 30, 2014
Source:  Author (eARC for Review)
Mature Content

GR's Summary:

The future never goes as planned. 

People are never what they seem.

Time changes everything. 

So you want to know what happened to Anna and Julian? Well, listen up, because I’ve got the whole scoop. I’m Jules, btw, and I am an artist, as you already know if you’ve read Watercolor. What you might not know is I inherited my mother’s cute little newsy nose, thank you very much. 

It’s high school reunion time, and everyone’s coming back to Fairview—everyone who’s not already there, mind you. What went wrong, who’s fault it was, and why the heck nobody knew about me… it’s all coming out. 

Long-distance relationships rarely last, and a lot of water has passed under that bridge. Big Secrets will be exposed, and in the end we’ll know if that old saying is true: Love is stronger than time.

My Thoughts:

Mosaic was a very emotional conclusion to the Dragonfly Series, by Leigh T. Moore.  I have been following this saga since the first book, and have gone through every bit of heartbreak, happiness, and learning experience with these characters.  Everything ended as it should have, and I was very satisfied with the conclusion.

As I reflect on this series, one of the things I loved about it, was how it has spanned generations.  Everything came full circle in Mosaic, and the characters of the past, present, and now future of the LaSalle and Kyser family reunited.

Mosaic begins by introducing us to Jules, Anna's, sixteen year old daughter, who is a riot!!!  Jules and Anna have returned to Anna's hometown for her 20th High School Reunion.  Anna has come to introduce Jules to her biological father, who never knew about her existence.  Jules' first night there, she runs in to a certain good looking and charming man with the same blue eyes, and she is pretty sure that he is her father.  That night Jules discovers her mother's secret "blog," which is on a key chain drive.  It is her mother's diary, and goes back in time to Anna's first year in college, and progresses to everything that occurred between Jules' parents, leading to their eventual estrangement.  Then, the story fast-forwards in to the present time.

Mosaic read much like a real life story.  It was filled with ups and downs.  It reflected on first love, and the mistakes we tend to make when we are young and in love.  It reflected on how as we grow up and mature, we learn more about our strengths, and our weaknesses.  If we are wise enough, we try to mend the mistakes from our past.  

When you love someone, and I mean really love them, it never dies.  Mosaic was a second chance at love story.  It was emotional, touching, and bittersweet.  It had many life lessons in it about communication, regret, forgiveness, and savoring your life.

My Rating:

I give Mosaic, by Leigh T. Moore, 4 Longing For Lost Love, Healing, and New Beginning Filled Stars!  The Dragonfly Series is great from the very first to very last book in the series.  You will get attached to these characters, and cry, laugh and rejoice with them!  I recommend this series, and will miss all of these characters!

Book Teasers:

Purchase the Series:

Dragonfly (Dragonfly #1) **FREE**

Amazon US | Amazon UK | B & N

Undertow (Dragonfly #2) 

Amazon US | Amazon UK | B & N

Watercolor (Dragonfly #3) 

Amazon US | Amazon UK | B & N

Mosaic (Dragonfly #4) 

Amazon US | Amazon UK | B & N

About Leigh T. Moore:

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  1. This series sounds so good and I have been meaning to get started on it for a while. Second chance love stories are the best. Great review!

    Teresa @ Readers Live A Thousand Lives

    1. Thanks Teresa! I agree! I love second chance at love stories!

  2. I love series that follow different generations in each book. You get to see familiar characters in different parts of their lives. I have this series and seriously need to read them soon!

    1. Yes! You need to read them! I love this series!!!!

  3. Amazing review. I have only read the first in the Series.
    I will buy the rest and get to reading !!

    1. The seconds book is my favorite in the series! I balled my eyes out on that one!!!

  4. I love a good second chance type read. Great review! I think I have the first book. :)

    1. Thanks Jenea! It's such a great series! I know you will love it!!!

  5. I've missed this one but I want to get to it. Emotional, huh? Hmmmm


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